It has been a long road for the A Certain Scientific Railgun T TV anime but thanks to the hard work of all the animation staff and voice actors, the Daihasei Festival Arc is finally finished and we're finally able to move forward with to the next. But we'll have to wait a little longer to see it as the series will be going on a break until July 24. Zap past the jump for more information.
It's time to celebrate as A Certain Scientific Railgun T, which has seen numerous production delays in the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, is returning to our screens with the 14th episode of the series 'Dragon Strike' on May 15. See the 'next time' trailer after the jump!
The official website for A Certain Scientific Railgun T announced this morning that the TV anime would, once again, be postponed due to the influence of the coronavirus (COVID-19) on the production schedule. More details after the jump.
After months of delays, reschedules, and more, Biribiri and the gang will be returning to our screens on May 1 (this Friday!) in the 13th episode of A Certain Scientific Railgun T and the ongoing climax of the Daihasei Arc. The official Twitter account for the franchise confirmed it this morning and released the "next time" video for episode 13, titled 'SYSTEM.' Check it out after the jump!
After A Certain Scientific Railgun T was delayed a week due to the coronavirus affecting outsourced anime production, the TV anime returns to Japanese screens this week and the Daihaisei Festival continues on with an announcement of a new character and the voice actor who plays her! More electrifying details after the jump!
Good news for fans of Biribiri as the sparky princess of Tokiwadai will be returning to Japanese TV screens on February 28 after having the 7th episode of the latest season of A Certain Scientific Railgun T delayed due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) in China affecting outsourced anime production. More details are after the jump!
The official website for A Certain Scientific Railgun T announced today that the next episode in the TV anime will be delayed until the following week "due to the influence of 'COVID-19' (coronavirus)." This just another anime to be affected by the global outbreak of the new virus. More details are after the jump.
To keep fans amped up for the current season of A Certain Scientific Railgun – which is streaming right now on Crunchyroll – the official channel for the franchise posted the anime OP online just as the first episode of A Certain Scientific Railgun T aired. Zip your way over the jump to check it out!
Anison duo, fripSide, posted a short preview of the upcoming OP "final side" to the third season of Railgun, titled A Certain Scientific Railgun T, to their YouTube. The music video has the duo performing in front of Tokyo Sky Tree with some breathtaking visuals of the band and structure. Hit the jump to check it out!